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HIGH-SCORING IN LACROSSE FINAL
University Easily Beats East Torrens
By LEFT ATTACK
University easily defeated East Torrent in a high-scoring earn on Saturday to gain the lacrosse premiership for 1944. Both teams attacked strongly in the
opening stages, but good defence play prevented the forwards from breafcirj? through. However, the students were not to be denied, and erentuallv opened the scoring when Harbison was success ful, this goal being -followed in quirk succession by three from N. Wallman Torrens was having its share of the pl*y but its forwards were not making the most of the opportunities presented. The quarter ended with Torrens five goal* in arrears. A feature of the game was the strong play of Krnihan at centre, as a result of which the students hid an advantage in the midfteld throughout. "Varsity was now playing excellent lacrosse, and. although Torrens scored tour coals be fore the long interval, the students had increased their lead to 7 goals. ?Varsity, by excellent play &> 'be for ward lines, gradually increased Its lead, and. finishing much better than its op ponents, ran out a winner by IS goals. The combinatinn between N. and f Wallman. Hallcu ?nd Harbison, the "Var sity forwards was impressive, their posi lior. play and passing comparing favor ablr with pre-war standard. N Wall 'maii scored 14 goa'.s. and showed tiimsell lin the li?hl of a potential interstate for ward. Results:—University 28. defeated iEast Torrens. 13 Goelthrowers:—"Var- Isiw—N. Wallman <14>. Harbison. I. Wall- j man <4>. Clarke. HaUett. Eenihan i2t-i East Torrens—Svmonds <B>. Matthewman ; !<4i. Lambe. Best player.l-:— "Varsity— ; Kenihan N. Wallman. Bromncld. Beard.! Harbison. East Torrens—Maltbewman, - Johnson, Laoroe, Smith.